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Sweethead

An all-star hard rock and roll unit shaped in 2008 by vocalist Serrina Sims and Queens from the Rock Age, AN IDEAL Circle, and Failure guitarist Troy Vehicle Leeuwen, Los Angeles-based Sweethead also features the skills of bassist Eddie Nappi (Attractive) and drummer Norm Stop (Plexi), both of whom also …

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Jim Johnston

A prolific composer that has provided the soundtrack for the WWE (Globe Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.) since 1985, Adam Alan “Jim” Johnston started his entertainment profession creating bumpers and musical cues for MTV and VH1. Upon shifting towards the WWE, Johnston became an extremely vital way to obtain music-related materials, creating …

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Spartan Warrior

Produced in 1980 throughout the talents of Dave Wilkinson (vocals), Neil Wilkinson, (guitar), Tom Spencer (bass), and Gordon Webster (drums), Tyneside, U.K.-structured hard rock outfit Spartan Warrior had been area of the Brand-new Wave of United kingdom ROCK movement that spawned acts like Saxon, Judas Priest, Def Leppard, and Iron …

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Young Lords

Although they share their name having a longstanding Puerto Rican nationalist group, Young Lords are thoroughly American, combining the rootsy twang of Southern rock and roll using the hip urban swagger from the band’s native NY. Created in 2006 by many New School University or college classmates, the Lords in …

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Ash Bowers

Nation singer and songwriter Ash Bowers, given birth to in Jackson, Tennessee, was eight years of age when he found the Jerry Lee Lewis biopic Great Balls of Open fire and the others, as the saying goes, was background. The youthful Bowers understood that carrying out music was what he …

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My World

New York-based power trio My Globe help to make adventurous prog and hard rock-influenced music. Focused around the innovative collaboration of vocalist/bassist John Montalbano and guitarist Chris Munger, My Globe are recognized for their high-energy concert events where they play a variety of originals and unpredicted cover songs. Like a …

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Mezzrow

Though it would later on evolve right into a hotbed of world-class death metallic, the united states of Sweden enjoyed a significant record of futility when it found producing quality thrash bands through the genre’s 1980s heyday, Mezzrow being truly a perfect just to illustrate. Already shaped sometime following the …

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Lifelover

Cited among the generating forces in back of the ultra-bleak, black colored steel subgenre depressive suicidal black colored steel (DSBM), Sweden’s Lifelover was shaped in 2005 in Stockholm by Jonas Bergqvist and Kim Carlsson. Bergqvist find the intentionally ironic name Lifelover after getting having the expression hurled at him by …

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Pharaoh

Produced in 1997, American metallers Pharaoh released their debut album, Following the Fireplace, in 2003. The music group, which is experienced in well-produced albums and multi-layered instrumentation, help with a sophomore discharge in 2006; entitled The Longest Evening, Pharaoh’s second record built on the early guarantee. The bandmembers spent nearly …

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The Moi Non Plus

An electronically based acoustic guitar, drums, and test duo located in Amsterdam, Moi Non In addition released their eponymous debut through the picture journal and label, Subbacultcha! in Oct of 2008.

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